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Reltio Appoints Connie Puglia Chief Human Resources Officer

Former TiVo and NetApp Executive Brings HR Experience at Transformational Enterprises to High-Growth SaaS Data Management Company

Reltio, an award-winning provider of the first cloud-native master data management (MDM) software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform used by companies worldwide to succeed in the digital economy, announced that Connie Puglia has been named Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Puglia will provide strategic direction on people-focused HR strategies to the leadership team, employees, and the Reltio Board of Directors.

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Key Points:

  • Puglia will lead talent acquisition, rewards, organizational development, culture, employee experience, analytics, diversity, equity and inclusion and talent management initiatives.
  • Puglia’s expertise spans more than 20 years of providing HR leadership to companies that substantially reshaped their markets. These include streaming pioneer TiVo; Zipcar, the first car-sharing service in the US, and; NetApp, a cloud data services and data management company.
  • The Chief Human Resources Officer is a member of the Executive Staff, reporting to Reltio’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chris Hylen.

Puglia joins Reltio from TiVo (now merged with Xperi) where she was SVP and Chief People Officer. There she oversaw all aspects of global Human Resources, including Real Estate and Workplace Services, and led initiatives to ensure alignment between TiVo’s culture and people practices.

Prior to TiVo, Puglia was Global Vice President of Human Resources at NetApp, and also held HR leadership roles at Avaya, Zipcar, and Aspect Software. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Management from Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts.

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